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is that the u.s. has become important again. ♪ not ascendant, but important. sure, there are plenty of days we can come in here and note that our s&p futures are down big because spain is having problem or china's economic growth has slowed. we can keep pondering what happens if the haves and the have not nations of europe can't come to an agreement to bail out spain. we can sweat the program of every single disappointing piece of chinese data. or we can recognize that the united states has begun to reassert itself as the dominant market on the globe, filled with many stocks that simply aren't impacted by world events and others that have enough domestic business to offset any global worries out there. today is the perfect example. we woke up to news that once again, some data point from china showed a further decline in that clearly faltering economy. then the book of negativity was tossed to europe where we saw still more dillydallying. will spain take the bailout or not? it's the european spinoff of deal or no deal. by the time we get to our market as represented by the s&p futures i saw th
&p giving up .35%. nasdaq losing 6.3%. that something is that the u.s. has become important again. there are plenty of days where we can come in here and note that our s&p purchases are down big because spain has a problem or china's economic growth is slowed. we can keep pondering what happens if the haves and the have not nationings of europe. we can sweat the program of every single disapointing piece of chinese data. or we can recognize that the united states is starting to become the more dominant market on the earth. today is the perfect example. we woke up to news that once again, some data point from china showed a further decline and that clearly faltered the economy. then that negativity was tossed to europe. will spain take the bailout or not? it's the european spinoff of deal or no deal. by the time we get to our market, i saw this morning at 4:00 a.m., we were looking down substantially. eight of us on world bank survey. i have to admit that when i heard the litany, my first reaction was, oh, here we go again. get ready to baton down the hatches because of the chinese
that significant. contrast that news with the news from last night with the report. ♪ hallelujah >> u.s. based furniture maker makes bed springs that i'm sure at some point pondered going full bore into europe or latin america. i'm sure a whipper snapper said we have to make it more in the bed spring market. guess what? the good old u.s. made these guys important. not because the stocks are going down, this one will be a jumper when the market opens tomorrow. it has been two weeks since the earnings seasons started for the banks. the mortgage business, us bank corp and i'm not banking away. wells far go. they're having so much business. i think it may have dinged their profit margin. hiring people to meet that demand. talk about a high quality program. how could housing be this strong in light of all of the markets since the economy got so weak? tick down the positives. lower prices and lower taxes and valuations going down. of course super low mortgage rates. and then moving them into new houses where the jobs are. it doesn't hurt that they are buying homes from banks and putting money into t
. all the coal stocks on. this wrong take away, people! coal's hostage to chinese demand more than u.s. use. that's not the case for the users of coal. the users, people. and that's why i said romney's giving you a heads up to buy american electric power and southern company, two coal building utilities that have to spend far less retrofitting facilities under romney staffed epa. i would be a seller of the consol energies and the peabodies in the strength. i take down union pacific. it is the carrier of clean coal. i would never recommend a company on this show with bad fundamentals. but they can be justified even with this sitting president. the pure coal plays are faltering fundamentally. there is no way i'm going to buy them based on some off handed debate patter. you want a battleground stock that could go either way depending upon the election? consider this first statement by the president about corporate jets. >> why wouldn't we eliminate tax breaks for corporate jets? my attitude is if you got a corporate jet, can you probably afford to pay full freight, not get a special break
't. >> that is because? >> right now the politicians in the u.s. and politicians in europe, combined with central bankers are my best friends, they keep printing more money, more money, more money, and as they do that, people move to gold, and the price of everything is increasing in u.s. dollar around the world. >> how is it that all of the gold miners we talked to, the getting it out of ground, the actual supply, so much hard than when we started the show seven years ago? >> a lot more competition, and a lot more things like truck tires, cost $30,000 for a tire, which used to cost $2,000 to $3,000 per tire. they are getting bigger and bigger and bigger means more complex, more problems. >> you're in a lot of countries. you're in brazil, in canada. is there gold -- other than antarctica, are there still gold mines that are worth it? if we went out to nevada -- would it be worth it? in mexico, a ton of gold mines that were closed because gold was $200. if we get to $2,000, will lots of mines open? >> the expiration right now, the gold mines are much lower grade gold mines, you have to build much bigger m
of the companies that you own. and then the impressionist factors. the feds attempt to jump start the u.s. economy by any means necessary. think about how many people might have sold in october last year. why doesn't this calendar style of investing interest me as a method to make money? simple. every year there is a way to make money. let me give you some concrete examples of why this is a lazy force that is nothing but a lovy blanket. first, when most of these numbers or patterns were created, the u.s. was in control of its own destiny. our financial system is connected with europe. do you think any of the historical data takes on that tectonic shift that we have to deal with? no, do you think i would be ringing a gong five years ago? this is kind of a recent event, you know. gong show. i cannot recall another time when the federal reserve is taking the step to lower the interest rate if the economy gets better. that means you have to lower stocks. history shows it has to be one. of course it didn't pay to sell those stocks in september. september is the worst month for investing. third, there i
, the u.s. is actually coming back and we're coming back stronger than you think. that's one of the reasons why came out here to youngstown, ohio, which is not just sitting on top of a gigantic natural gas deposit, it's also the industrial hub of the largest state in the rust belt. that's why we're in canton. but you know what? maybe the rust belt isn't quite so rusty anymore. everybody acts like all the good manufacturing jobs have gone to china, yet the best manufacturers on earth are still right here in america. take timken, tkr, an ohio-based company that was founded more than a century ago, when they made roller bearings for mule-drawn carts. this year timkenmakers the bearings for precision tasks like the mars rover and the wheels on your jet aircraft. the industrial renaissance is happening right here in ohio. that's why i'm thrilled to be able to talk to james griffith, timken's president and ceo. take a tour of their steel plant. mr. griffin, welcome to "mad money." have a seat, jim. >> thank you, jim. >> thank you so much. we had kind avenue a strange thing today, a
trade inverse to the u.s. market and get a bit of a dividend income stream from that. >> i'm melissa lee. thanks for watching. mad money with jim cramer starts right now. >> i'm jim cramer, and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game. firms are going to go out of business, and he is nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing. i always like to say there is a bull market somewhere. "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain you, but to teach you and educate you on days like today to figure out what it means. so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. every day during earnings season, we take the measure of the market and we make a judgment, a judgment on the future. today with the dow plummeting 129 points, s&p sinking 0.62%, and the nasdaq giving up 0.43%, we judge the future negatively. but how did we reach that judgment? how did we reach that point total? it's almost like a sports match express eed math cali. th
that china wasn't awful, and a second td for an improving u.s. and great growth prospects away from china. 14-0 is the score after yum. but it wasn't all rosy last night. that's because cummins, the best enginemaker on earth, preannounced a hideous quarter. decided weakness in china and the u.s., given that cummins had said negative things over the summer, this really hurt. it meant the decline is cascading, it's accelerating. that's enough to cost the bulls the two touchdowns. take away 14 points for bulls. and yes, everything is going to be take away or add points. because remember, the baseline is zero, which is where we were after the yum/cummins shoot-out. right back to zero. at the same time we heard from alcoa. while the company delivered on the actual earnings note, the top of the number you read, it also took the growth rate down. i didn't see the negatives that others did here because aerospace and others were good while construction was bad. nothing really new. and while china was indeed weaker, oil alcoa's ceo is talking about a very strong rebound in china for 2013. no matter wha
a couple of weeks ago, and their look at the u.s. to continue to be strong. if we see a failure of washington to deal correctly with the fiscal cliff, it could be difficult for polaris to continue our strong performance. >> all right. let me go to the latter, because presidential. the president can come in. he may not be able to affect the fiscal cliff because he needs the congress to work together. >> jim we deal with many regulatory bodies. we have great relationships whether it's nhtsa on the motorcycle side on the consumer safety commission. and we work those relationships hard. we just need to make sure as they're imposing regulations that they keep the balance between safety that we always put at the paramount for our consumers, but the economic impacts in the states where we operate in and the dealers where they sell. >> is that a republican/democrat issue? >> i think it can be. typically you see republicans favoring slightly less regulations, democrats slightly more. and i think both sometimes have the right approach. and we like to see them working together to deliver t
a drum beat for the u.s. economy as well. as tragic has sandy has been, the rebuild will include many on its back. jobs coming. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, earnings alert. wall street's back online and cramer's got earnings season covered with an all-starp you can't afford to miss. industrial giant eaton fresh off its quarterly report. then, the ceo of apparel maker pvh soaring over 20% after news of a big acquisition. plus, the ceo of annie's. is it ready to run again? and tanger outlets ceo ahead of the holiday rush. this jam-packed edition of "mad money" is just ahead. when you take a closer look... ...at the best schools in the world... ...you see they all have something very interesting in common. they have teachers... ...with a deeper knowledge of their subjects. as a result, their students achieve at a higher level. let's develop more stars in education. let's invest in our teachers... ...so they can inspire our students. let's solve this. >>> every now and then, you'll find a company with stories so good kit transcend the quarterly earnings madness. take eat
had today when a key u.s. manufacturing index number showed an economic expansion. not a contraction. the dow rocking 78 points, the s&p gained and the nasdaq declined, and the averages were higher earlier in the day. now, we have had some decent data, housing numbers, auto sales, retail purchasing, but the figure from the institute for supply management forced money to flood into the market at the beginning of the day. rather than flowing out of it. breaking the awful monday tradition. and the tide did hold up for most of the session. the bullish data coupled with last night's positive news out of china, the first month to month industrial gains converted some bears into bulls and made all the difference. tonight, i want to translate this news into a context that you can understand. maybe even make some money with it. because it's right at the heart of why the market keeps rallying. we began q4 like we did for the last three quarters even as so people believed in the advanced still. you hear the phrase don't fight the fed. when i first heard it 30 years ago i had no idea what it mea
for the rest of the year. >> i'm tired of hearing how dead the u.s. consumer is. judging by the numbers i see, the u.s. consumer is anything but dead. >> consumers are incredibly resilient. if you bring them great products and you present them in a meaningful way to them, they'll buy them. when consumers -- they never go away. sometimes they slow down. we just have to eat more our fair share of the pie when that happens. >> retail guy is asking me, would you ever split the stock? >> not going to comment on that. easier to ask you if you're going to buy deckers. >> next question? >> i have to try. unbelievable stock we've been recommending for years. thank you so much. eric wiseman, chairman, president and ceo of vf corp. why i like the stock market so much, i love the brands. you love the company, you love the management. sometimes it is that easy. stay with cramer. thank you. >>> coming up, are you ready to get charged up? cramer cranks up the voltage and goes electric on an all new hyperactive "lightning round." if we want to improve our schools... ...what should we invest in? maybe new bui
. in the u.s. about 52% of all payments are made in cash so even in america these companies have plenty of room to go. around the world 85% of the payments are in cash, which means they've got an a norma's global opportunity. that's one of the reasons why the growth of electronic payments is expected to increase at a 10 -- $0.12 mac clip worldwide. when you hear that you should be thinking double digit, visa and mastercard, both companies should grow faster than that thanks to more partnerships with financial institutions and more new products. we know that credit cards are no longer the cutting edge payment technology. what about come petition from paypal and other companies working with digital wallet offerings? all these products are a long way from being able to compete with visa or mastercard on a national scale, let alone a global one. i do think ebay is a by and my charitable trust owes its because their worth is obscured by the online business that is the old the day. both visa and mastercard are coming out with their own digital wallet offerings and they have every incentive to
in the u.s. will cvs caremark be hurt or helped? >> i think there's going to be a one-day and two-day. the fist day we'll say wait a second. i mean, initial and second. initial, they lost this number of days so numbers have to come down. then we're going to see how much merchandise they sold, what they really did and whether the fact is they were ready to replace, if they can replace all that was sold and then maybe people will say you know what, things are good. and then there's this other level, which is, you come in, you stock up and you buy things you didn't expect to buy. that's what the former ceo of costco talked about today. i think it could be happening have cvs. i think the stock is fine. not great, not bad, just fine. let's go to illinois. >> caller: boo-yeah. >> boo-yeah. >> caller: i wanted to ask you about walmart or costco. >> walmart's chart is pretty amazing, i've got to tell you. pulled back ever so slightly. costco is down nine straight points. i'm actually leaning towards costco. i think on a trade basis, it bottomed just last week, thursday and friday. i think
a cut of pretty much everything, especially houses. sure, the u.s. government may raise taxes, which is ironically something we're supposed to want, but of course we're now terrified of. the cliff could easily have kept you out of walmart for the last 20 points. it might have made you sell panera 50 points ago. it could have caused you to miss home depot or disney or 3m, to name three dow stocks on a huge tear throughout the fiscal cliff scare. if you let the fiscal cliff be your guide, you would have cleared out of lennar at 25 instead of 35. by the way, these moves i just mentioned, they really did happen. i'm not making them up. they happened. some can be repealed if we if when fall, fiscal cliff. no moves are permanent. but they're undeniable. they did occur. and if you sold these stocks for fear of something that might or might not happen in 2013, you've been snookered, especially when you consider you could have picked up the capital appreciation and the dividends rather than the measly 0.5% return that certificates of deposit gave you if you were sitting on the sidelines, whic
're well positioned, we see more of the same. we don't see a snap back in the u.s. economy or the global economies. but where we're positioned, we're in good shape to generate significantly more cash flow next year than we did this year and improve our ebitda. >> thank you, john faraci. this is how the investment process is supposed to work, guys. the company does really good things, keeps its costs down, blows out its sales, makes more money for you, and returns some of the dividend. stay with cramer. >>> coming up, patently false. concerns over sanofi's patent cliff seem to be passing as the drug giant reported better than expected earnings today. but can it continue to fend off competition, or could its condition take a turn for the worse? cramer is talking with its ceo. and later, the bank job. they don't get much bigger or controversial than bank of america. and the plot just thickened after the feds hit them with a billion-dollar lawsuit. is it time to make a withdrawal? don't miss cramer's take. all coming up on "mad money." in america today we're running to compete on the global
that is nothing but a lovy blanket. first, when these numbers or patterns were created, the u.s. was in control of its own destiny. our fings ago system is connected with theirs. do you think any of the historical data takes on that shift that we have to deal with? no, do you think i would be ringing a gong five years ago? i think this is kind of a recent event you know. gong show. i cannot recall another time when the federal reserve is taking the step to lower the -- if the economy gets better. that means you have to lower stocks. history shows it has to be one. of course it didn't pay to sell those stocks in september. september is the worst month for investing. third, there is apple. we've never had a $600 billion stock before. we've never had a stock that is so much bigger. if i could see a stat that says on the third thursday of every month ending with the letter r we have been higher? i would say wait a second. the only thing was that you were supposed to eat oissters in that month. the banks used to be a reasonable place to invest. these days book values are meaningless. wi banks you ha
on the developing markets and the huge u.s. government stake in citigroup. something that probably couldn't have happened if he were a w horrendous operator. it was jarring to find out that he was out. he was telling people that he wanted to leave all along. fresh face needed. he did a good job of winding down holdings. i think they can fire the guy. you don't get your name banned from the website if the feelings are well mutual. the die had barely been cast and he was no longer in the room. this show is not about making friends, it is about making money. he gave them a good hand. as good as the one that he got. now he can play that hand. stay with kramer. er ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our teams have the information you want when you need it. it's another reason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scott
and the huge u.s. government stake in citigroup. something that probably couldn't have happened if he were a horrendous operator. it was jarring to find out that he was out. he was telling people that he wanted to leave all along. fresh face needed. he did a good job of winding down holdings. i think they can fire the guy. you don't get your name banned from the website if the feelings are well mutual. the die had barely been cast and he was no longer in the room. this show is not about making friends, it is about making money. he gave them a good hand. as good as the one that he got. now he can play that hand. now, citigroup is back, and begins the process of returning capital to its long-suffering shareholders, stay with cramer. what's today's dare? erase the damage of 100 blow-drys [ female announcer ] with daily moisture renewal from pantene. the pro-v system nourishes to lock in moisture erasing the damage of 100 blow drys for a silky, soft touch. think only salon brands can do that? i took the dare...will you? [ female announcer ] daily moisture renewal from pantene. hair so healthy
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